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  • Videoout on NX/Edius 4.51 with CS3

    I experienced that the videoout plugins cannot find the NX-hardware, after updating to 4.51c. Am I the only one here?

    I know this is a hot topic, and I must absolutely second the posts reg. the SDK being released, so that plugins can be written for other applications.

    Matrox´s Parhelia videocard, has e.g. a dedicated TV-out, where all directx-based video is sent to regardless of which application is playing back the video(After Effects neede a plugin). But I like the idea - to be able to use the canopus-card no matter which application is being used. That would in deed be useful - We do a lot of voiceover-post for DVD´s and such - this would also make the videopreview for the speaker possible thru the NX..

    I hope the developers are on this, and something is to be released very soon.

    Regards,

    Erik Hoirup
    Commercial Producer/Director
    HDSpark/Edius 6.03
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  • #2
    If you've updated to v4.51c, you're carrying a new NX driver onboard - this means the plug-ins for output with other apps will not work (properly if not at all).

    An updated video output plug-in pack is coming, and will be put up in the Downloads section in the next few weeks.

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    • #3
      That is in deed good news!

      Hi Kenneally!

      I appreciate you answer - it means a lot to know that I can get back to my usual workflow with AE soon :)

      Great!

      Thanks,


      Erik
      Commercial Producer/Director
      HDSpark/Edius 6.03
      Adobe Production Package Premium CS5.5

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      Panasonic HPX500E P2HD, JVC HD-110E/JVC HD-200/JVC BR50 and lots of other fun stuff :)

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      • #4
        In the meantime, you can use FireWire and NX's AVDC (or was it ADCV?) conversion from FireWire out of AE to Component out (Yes I know 411 to 422 color space is not the greatest, but a temporary solution).

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        • #5
          Interesting!

          Well now the 1.2 plugins came out, but still - I haven´t tried what you suggest, Dave, but it sounds very interesting - You see, this is a trick I can use in other applications I run!!!!!

          How would that work in realilty(I´m away from my workstation now - on my laptop)... Maybe you tried it, and can give me a step-by-.step description?

          Regards,


          Erik
          Commercial Producer/Director
          HDSpark/Edius 6.03
          Adobe Production Package Premium CS5.5

          QuadCore 9660 4*3GHz(ASUS P5Q Deluxe), 16 Gb ram,nvidia GTX 285 1 Gb RAM- Laptop i7 GHz, 8 Gb ram - nvidia GTX440M 1,5 Gb ram :) All Intel-based

          Panasonic HPX500E P2HD, JVC HD-110E/JVC HD-200/JVC BR50 and lots of other fun stuff :)

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          • #6
            Hey Erik, the new plugins don't seem to support CS3...?

            The way it works is simple. The Adobe applications (PPro, AE) have FireWire out capability. If you have lets say a small camcorder handy (A cheap one will do) or a tape deck like a DSR11, you can run a firewire cable from your laptop to your camera, then from the camera run an analog cable out to a monitor. Canopus sells adapters just for that...but if you already have a camera or a small deck, you don't need to spend any extra money.

            As far as the NX, it can act as an OHCI device, and the component output is always active when you use it. So you can enable ADVC and run After Effects and enable FireWire out...now your video will be displayed through the NX as if it were a camera and a pass through device.

            I'm doing my AE work this way for now (I need to be careful about color) under OSX until I buy a card that supports it.

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            • #7
              Cool

              That simple...

              You´re right ´bout the plugins - they are only certifed for CS2, not CS3. I couldn´t keep my hands in my pockets, soooo - I installed AE7 in a new directory, and copied the Canopus-folder from the plugin-directory to the CS3 plugindirectory - and well, it actually worked and CS3 doesn´t seem to mind...

              Erik
              Commercial Producer/Director
              HDSpark/Edius 6.03
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              QuadCore 9660 4*3GHz(ASUS P5Q Deluxe), 16 Gb ram,nvidia GTX 285 1 Gb RAM- Laptop i7 GHz, 8 Gb ram - nvidia GTX440M 1,5 Gb ram :) All Intel-based

              Panasonic HPX500E P2HD, JVC HD-110E/JVC HD-200/JVC BR50 and lots of other fun stuff :)

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              • #8
                Originally posted by fatcat View Post
                That simple...

                You´re right ´bout the plugins - they are only certifed for CS2, not CS3. I couldn´t keep my hands in my pockets, soooo - I installed AE7 in a new directory, and copied the Canopus-folder from the plugin-directory to the CS3 plugindirectory - and well, it actually worked and CS3 doesn´t seem to mind...

                Erik
                Absolutely correct!
                And I continue to be amazed at how slow GV is with plugins.

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                • #9
                  Amen to that...
                  Commercial Producer/Director
                  HDSpark/Edius 6.03
                  Adobe Production Package Premium CS5.5

                  QuadCore 9660 4*3GHz(ASUS P5Q Deluxe), 16 Gb ram,nvidia GTX 285 1 Gb RAM- Laptop i7 GHz, 8 Gb ram - nvidia GTX440M 1,5 Gb ram :) All Intel-based

                  Panasonic HPX500E P2HD, JVC HD-110E/JVC HD-200/JVC BR50 and lots of other fun stuff :)

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                  • #10
                    A trusted TGV dealer from Germany just posted an installer for AE CS3 on the German forum:

                    http://www.digitalschnitt.de/download/AECS3VO.zip

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by shueardm View Post
                      Absolutely correct!
                      And I continue to be amazed at how slow GV is with plugins.
                      This work around was posted a long time ago. Maybe this should be a sticky or something so that others can share the knowledge.
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                      • #12
                        The workaround will only work if you already had the previous versions of the Adobe software. If you bought the full version of CS3, you'd be in the cold because you can't extract the plugins off the disc.

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                        • #13
                          A trusted TGV dealer from Germany just posted an installer for AE CS3 on the German forum:

                          http://www.digitalschnitt.de/download/AECS3VO.zip
                          Cool!!!

                          This plugin works with DVStorm boards as well! The original plugins from TGV do not support the DVStorm boards...
                          Aristotelis Bafaloukos
                          Systems Engineer, Video Editor, 3D Artist
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